Re: loosing knob markings. Any hope ?
If you have an artist's store or a drafting supply they will likelytoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
have some of those, particularly if they've been in business for a
My local store had quite a selection, but I don't think they've been
reordering for a number of years; the stock is getting a little
depleted. Given the rise of CAD, they may not make them anymore.
Model and hobby shops might be a source.
It's probably a little involved, but Pulsar makes a dry transfer
decal kit using laser toner transfer. It's a bit fussy to get
right, but the results come out nice once you get the hang of it.
The obvious advantage is you can make a dry tranfer decal out of
anything that you can print, so matching fonts isn't a problem.
It's also one of the few ways you can make a white decal these days.
On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 11:44:11AM -0600, Dave Daniel wrote:
The ones I used had all different fonts, sizes and colors. I still have
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